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Copy text from table as plain text without formating

Explorer ,
Oct 04, 2023 Oct 04, 2023

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Hello,

Can I copy text from a table and paste into another table as plain text without copying the formatting.

Thanks.

 

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Contributor , Oct 04, 2023 Oct 04, 2023
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maybe you cand doit in this way:

- copy from indd table

- paste to notepad or excel

- copy from above

- paste to indd table

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In InDesign, have you check which preferences you have set in the FileHandling section?

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Thanks for your prompt reply, Eric. My preferences are as you have shown in
the screenshot.



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Answer on the right side [paid Scripts]!  😉

 

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maybe you cand doit in this way:

- copy from indd table

- paste to notepad or excel

- copy from above

- paste to indd table

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Your answer is working the best for me. Thank you very much.

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An intermediate INDD document might be the way, here. Cut from the first doc, paste into the second, 'neutralize' the formatting, cut and paste into the new location in the first doc.

 

Coordinated styles between the two docs will help. That is, create the neutral styles in both docs, then, if you need, eventually delete them from the final document.


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